heating chamber

heating chamber

[′hēd·iŋ ‚chām·bər]
(engineering)
The part of an injection mold in which cold plastic feed is changed into a hot melt.
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construction 2xdn250-200 heating network on the section from inclusion in district heating chamber m-50 to the existing pre-insulated district heating network 2xdn600 to dz.
The new tankless water heaters feature an internal heating chamber, which is injection moulded of DuPont Zytel nylon for high heat resistance, thermal stability and compliance with NSF and UL requirements.
These heaters typically have a heating chamber that is far enough inside the unit to prevent accidental skin burns, and the air stays there long enough to gather some strong heat before exiting.
Vapor Glass(TM)" technology, which features the use of laboratory grade glass encased heating element positioned in the center of the laboratory grade glass heating chamber air pathway.
This oven has 4" insulated walls, a 2" insulated floor, a top-mounted heating chamber, a Type 304 stainless steel interior, a stainless steel exterior with #4 brushed finish, double doors front and rear, plus a special sealing flange to allow the oven to seal into a wall between a cleanroom and the fabrication area in the customer's facility.
Optimizing the heating chamber and introducing new ventilators that work extremely efficiently have resulted in an improved flow principle that permits energy savings of up to 20 percent.
Then, electricity subjects the PTC heating element to heat and the heating element warms the cured copper heating chamber without danger of combustion.
Desktop type, integrated with heating furnace, heating chamber and temperature controller.
Like the Mflow, the Cflow uses a temperature management system which has a thermally matched heating chamber and extrusion barrel.
With a deeper, wider heating chamber, it will accommodate a mighty slice of bread up to 15cm long.
We further assume that the water will flow through an annulus bounded by the cylindrical heating chamber shell on the exterior and the sheath of the tubular heater on the interior.
For avoiding additional heat losses through non-insulated points of the specimen and obtaining a more uniform distribution of temperature along the construction, the specimen ends protruding from the heating chamber of the furnace (at the top and bottom) were covered with a mineral wool mat of 50 mm thick.